About 60 people gathered at St. Michaels Church for the "Annual Peace and Anti-Violence March." After the recent string of shooting, stabbings and other forms of violence on Rochester streets these marchers say they're fed up.
This is the third year project hope and pathways to peace have teamed up for this march. Project Hope started it originally to clean up the drug issue around Clifford and Clinton. Members of St. Michaels Church were a big part of the effort. On average 20 to 60 marchers. In the last 3 years protestors say more than 300 people have participated.
Now the group wants to bring awareness to all community problems from drugs, gangs and overall violence.